5 March 20154–5pm
Researching practice to change the world: action research and participatory approaches to research for social change
Hopeful examples for individuals and communities.
5 March 20156–7.30pm
A precariat charter: combating and insecurity inequality
What would a charter of rights for the emerging mass class, the precariat, look like? Would it guarantee a basic income?
10 March 20156–7.30pm
The news cycle and education: media, politics, and public policy formation in the education sector
A panel discussion about influences on the education agenda.
12 March 20155–6pm
Treating research and practice as intertwined.
12 March 20155.30–6.30pm
A guide to designing and conducting research in education.
17 March 20154.30–6pm
Cambridge University's Dr Catherine Burke presents her findings as to how and why providing 'private spaces' was best practice in school design in the mid 20th century.
19 March 20154–5pm
19 March 20154–6pm
A three-part presentation by renowned New Zealand researchers Terry and Millie Locke.
24 March 20156–7.30pm
The arts, democracy and education
What role can the arts play in the creation of critically aware and active citizens in our democracy?
26 March 20154–5pm
26 March 20154–5.15pm
Professor Ian Hickie, Executive Director of BMRI, discusses neuroscience and education.